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Old September 24th, 2019, 09:24 AM
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Default Re: Move Image in Graphic Frame

Originally Posted by ThePorge View Post
Is there not a way to have the resource in a graphic frame be a specific size? eg. 77% or 7200px by 14400px. I can see how to do this for a inline graphic, but not in a Graphic frame.
I can think of a few ways:
  • Make the graphic frame the desired size and select Fill for the Scaling type.
  • Make the graphic frame the desired size and turn on Clip (the little scissors icon).
  • Make a text frame and put an inline graphic in it.
Originally Posted by ThePorge View Post
fyi. I'm trying to get the results I want by using the OnRecordStart rule with the following:
"ChartBox".PDFBoundingBox = "ArtBox";
I have my graphic Frame named ChartBox, and verified the ArtBox in the pdf is the size I need....but this is not working either.
That's just setting a property on the string "ChartBox", not on a frame object. I think you want to do this in OnRecordStart instead:
var myFrame = FindGraphicFrame("ChartBox");
myFrame.PDFBoundingBox = "ArtBox";
Or possibly do this in a Graphic rule, then insert the rule into the frame:
var myResource = CreateResource("someFileName.pdf");
myResource.pdfbbox = "ArtBox";
return myResource;
Finally, I'll note that a Google search for "FusionPro pdfbbox" returns these as the top two hits:
That second one has examples almost exactly like what I've posted above. A search for "FusionPro PDFBoundingBox" returns that second one above as the first hit.
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